EUI of U.S. Buildings by Size and Vintage

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10/01/2013

EUI of U.S. Buildings by Size and Vintage

The average pre-1920 or post-World War II building consumes less energy than many structures built afterward, according to the EIA’s Commercial Buildings Energy Consumption Survey (CBECS).

 


Copyright 2013, National Trust for Historic Preservation – Preservation Green Lab. Source: CBECS 2003. Reprinted with permission. 

 


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Wood construction is both cost and energy efficient. Check out Morton Buildings and our designBUILD team online today to discover all the benefits of post-frame construction.

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Search our Trade Pro Directory to find professionals that can help identify energy-efficient natural gas options that save energy and qualify for rebates to save you money.


Visit our website today to learn about the design flexibility of a Morton building and the endless possibilities of partnering with our designBUILD team.


Wood construction is both cost and energy efficient. Check out Morton Buildings and our designBUILD team online today to discover all the benefits of post-frame construction.

When choosing a metal-clad building for your next construction project, consider Morton Buildings, Inc., and their designBUILD team, we’ll make your dream a reality. 

Search our Trade Pro Directory to find professionals that can help identify energy-efficient natural gas options that save energy and qualify for rebates to save you money.


 
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